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Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Pretty and Polished Midnight Masquerade

I have a lacquer from Pretty and Polished to share with you today.



This is Midnight Masquerade: a somewhat jelly-ish black with lots of purple and green glitter. 


I didn't expect this polish to be opaque, and thought I might have to layer it over a black creme, but it surprised me. It only took two coats to cover.


As you can see, today's manicure prop is a Fuzzy Orange Domo. There really isn't any connection to the lacquer here, I just needed something to hold- although truthfully, he was kind of prickly and uncomfortable to hold onto. Awfully cute, though!


This polish was incredibly glossy- look at how shiny it is!


In this last picture I'm holding my invisible Domo I wanted to show you how squishy and jelly-ish Midnight Masquerade looks, which I really like. I seems a touch sheer in this picture, but in real life it was definitely opaque.


What do you think of Pretty and Polished Midnight Masquerade? Domo seems to approve (he also seems to be shedding!).


14 comments:

  1. I love this polish, looks awesome! :)

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    1. Thanks- I'm really happy with this lacquer!

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  2. It's gorgeous, look at that bottle shot yummi - and I love both the visible and the invisble Domo ;)

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    1. Haha, glad you liked my invisible Domo, too. ;) And yeah, the bottle shot is pretty gorgeous!

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  3. I love the purple and teal glitter in a black base! It looks so um...gothic LOL Love furry domo!

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    1. It's kind of like Mardi Gras in a bottle! Very fun.

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  4. Cute glitters. I'm wearing glitters too. They shine so gorgeously and make your nails look 3 D.

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  5. Hahaha,Fuzzy Domo looks like he got in a fight with some flocking powder. Midnight Masquerade looks great on you! I like the subtle nod to Mardi Gras with the green and purple glitter.

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    1. LOL, I'd thought about picking some orange flocking powder up to make a matching manicure, but nixed the idea. Can't imagine how un-wearable that would be. :P

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  6. awesome, gotta love it, even domo said so :-D

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